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Strine

 (strīn)
n. Informal
Australian English.

[After the Australian English pronunciation of Australian.]
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Strine

(straɪn)
n
(Phonetics & Phonology) a humorous transliteration of Australian pronunciation, as in Gloria Soame for glorious home
[C20: a jocular rendering, coined by Alastair Morrison, of the Australian pronunciation of Australian]
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19 August 2013 - Delaware judge Leo Strine Jr ruled against Carl Icahn's request to fast-track lawsuit against Dell Inc (NASDAQ:DELL) which claims that the board of the PC maker hurt shareholders interest by accepting an undervaluing offer from CEO Michael Dell and Silver Lake Management Inc.
The Committee on Approval would like to recognize the following volunteer reviewers and former COA members for their contributions to continuing education for nurses: Louise Anderson, Eileen Dvorak, Sally Erdel, Anne Frank, Graul, Charlene Gyurko, Angela Heckman, Sue Hoffer, Sue Johnson, Brenda Lammert, Cheryl Martin, Paula McAfee, Mills, Ann Motycka, Jean Reising, Marcy Strine, Sheryl Thurston, Jane Walker, Mary Wcisel, and Kathy Weaver.
Dr Tara Strine, who led this study commented, "Since ACEs increase the risk of psychological distress for both men and women, it seemed intuitive that an individual experiencing an ACE will be more likely to be a tobacco cigarette smoker.
Determining violation of those agreements, Chancellor Leo Strine, Jr., enjoined Martin Marietta for four months from prosecuting a proxy contest, making an exchange or tender offer, or otherwise taking steps to acquire control of Vulcan Materials shares or assets.
Crisis But the Delaware court judge, Chancellor Leo Strine, rejected the arguments.
(38) In reviewing the conversion, Vice Chancellor Leo Strine noted that the board was subject to a major conflict of interest: "By deciding to embark on the Merger, the PNB directors created a zero-sum game.
Though the author does provide a glossary of sorts that translates her husband's colorful use of Australian strine, there is still much here that will not be familiar.
Strine Jr., vice chancellor of the Delaware Court of Chancery.
In fact, FAD prevalence was found to be greater in people with arthritis (26.2%) than those without arthritis (10.7%) (Shih, Hootman, Strine, Chapman, & Brady, 2006).
Strine Printing, York, PA, executed the package design while Chicago Paper Tube & Can Company, Chicago, IL, provided the Ice Cream Dream container.
Barrichello and Vettel were asked to say a few words to camera in their own languages, but no-one considered poor old thirdplaced Mark Webber worthy of a few words in his native Strine. Thus the world was robbed of something along the lines of: "Strewth that was a bonzer lap by Seb and I'd have been stoked if that flamin' galah Kimi Raikkonen hadn't got in me way." Poor old Webbo is clearly doing his best to prevent any prospect of his team rallying behind Vettel's challenge and having been pipped at the post by his younger colleague several times in earlier sessions, he must have thought his time had come when he was four-tenths faster on his first run in Q3 - only to be baulked by Raikkonen on his second attempt.
Strine, Jr., Views From the Bench: The New Federalism of the American Corporate Governance System: Preliminary Reflections of Two Residents of One Small State, 152 U.